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Subject: Mutual Fund focusing on agriculture Date: 8/31/2013 11:04 AM
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The one ETF that looks interesting to me right now is VEGI. Apparently BlackRock has an actively managed fund "World Agriculture Fund" but it only open to select customers?

My question is: is there an actively managed mutual fund that focuses on agriculture?

More ETFs that I've found below. Any comments welcome, thanks.

CROP IQ Global Agribusiness Small Cap ETF
MOO Market Vectors Agribusiness ETF
PAGG
VEGI BlackRock
DBA PowerShares DB Agriculture ETFs (DBA) invest in corn, wheat, soybeans and sugar
RJA Elements Rogers International Commodity Agriculture ETNs (RJA) track the Rogers Agricultural Commodities Index, a 20-component index (Disclosure: I hold a small position in RJA.)
JJA iPath Dow Jones - AIG Grains ETNs (JJA) invest in soybeans, wheat and corn
UAG E-Tracs UBS Bloomberg CMCI Agriculture ETNs (UAG) are linked to the UBS Bloomberg CMCI Agriculture Index
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